Orlando Stalking Defense Attorney
We’ve Handled 1000s of Criminal Law Cases
At Mazin Law, our Orlando stalking defense attorney has handled thousands of
criminal cases. We know what the law has to say about these cases, and we know how to
help create strong defense strategies on behalf of our clients. If you
have been accused of stalking someone in conjunction with a
domestic violence case, we encourage you to contact our Orlando, FL law firm as soon as
possible. We have the experience and skill set that you need to fully
protect your legal rights. You can trust us to defend you.
Take the first step in your defense by
contacting our Orlando stalking lawyer today.
Understanding Stalking & Its Penalties
Section 784.048 of the 2015 Florida Statutes defines stalking as the willful,
malicious following, harassing, or cyberstalking of another individual.
Often, criminal charges of stalking occur in conjunction with criminal
charges of domestic violence—meaning that many individuals do not
solely face the penalties associated with stalking.
Should you be accused of stalking alone, you will face a first-degree misdemeanor,
which is punishable by:
- Up to 1 year of imprisonment
- A maximum fine of $1,000
Should you be accused of stalking an individual and making a credible threat
against another person, the crime could be elevated to aggravated stalking,
which is a third-degree felony punishable by imprisonment up to 5 years
and a maximum fine of $5,000.
Let Our Orlando Stalking Lawyer Defend Your Rights!
If you have been accused of domestic abuse and/or stalking, you cannot
hesitate in contacting a skilled Orlando stalking attorney. You need someone
in your corner you can trust—you need
If you are facing stalking charges, we are the law firm that you need to call:
- We’ve handled thousands of cases.
- We are available to clients 24/7.
- We’ve been featured on multiple media outlets.
- We have proven results.
- We offer completely free consultations.
Do not hesitate to get the defense that you deserve.
Contact our law firm today.